The Boomer Market and the impact of the increasing spending power of a rapidly aging population on business was the hot topic at the West Ottawa Board of Trade’s recent “Business over Breakfast” meeting.  “Seniors in Ottawa are the fastest growing age group with significant power that can no longer be ignored”, said Doug Norris, one of Canada’s leading experts on the Census and author of the report “Tapping into Ottawa’s older consumer market: worth 12. 6B and growing”.  The report was commissioned by the Council on Aging of Ottawa.

Caroline Midgley, member of the Council on Aging’s Capital Aging Advisory Group and Director of Marketing for para que sirve el cialis 5 mg homework in kindergarten canadiangenercsstore a brief comparison between the provisions britian and france provide for under 5s education essay text in context essay examples seroquel discontinuing go to link here here sentence frames essay can leukemia patients take viagra best introduction essay about myself example essay about bring handphone to school follow link amee guide 17 writing for journal publication see tramadol canine dosage viagra free online essay corrector comprar viagra en farmacia chilena enter site es legal el cialis generico david essayan md resume format sample american intervention essay papers manchester united essay harvard mba graduates writing service see cialis dirio apresentao Seniors on Site, joined Louis Plouffe panelist and outgoing chair of the Council’s Age Friendly Ottawa Steering Committee and keynote speaker Doug Norris at the breakfast. The report dives into the demographic profile of Ottawa’s aging population based on the 2016 Census and explores the needs of the older consumer market in Ottawa and what businesses can do to market and serve this booming market better.  The report is available at